Learning grammar — for many the horror of learning a new language.
But does it have to be this way?
Let’s find out in this second edition of Ask the Experts.
20 language-learning experts give super balanced advice on how to learn foreign grammar.
Welcome to the first ever Smart Language Learner case study report.
I’m doing a case study on the Udemy video course: How to Learn and Memorize the Vocabulary of any Language. It’s all about using memory palaces to learn foreign vocabulary.
How did I do in the first week?
All my experiences are documented in this first case study report.
So this is it.
The very first Smart Language Learner case study!
Time to put language-learning methods, techniques and products to the test.
I’ll publish periodic status reports that will detail my experiences with the method/product. The case study ends with a final report that will look back at the results achieved.
The first case study is about the following course:
Today, I’m happy to announce a new feature here on Smart Language Learner.
It’s an interview series called:
Language Learning Gets Personal: 11 Questions For …
In each edition, I’ll pose the same 11 questions to an experienced language learner.
I thought I had it all figured out.
Surrounded by native speakers, probably for ever, there was nothing more I had to do but speaking to rapidly improve my Spanish.
Yep, just plain old chatting would shoot my fluency through the roof.
Or so I thought…